Until recently, Facebook was synonymous with a youthful communications revolution, but there's been an increase in users over age 65. What is cool with younger people doesn't stay cool forever.
New online tool rolled out in December makes it easier to get people registered. The hardest part might be using the mouse to sign the form.
Big families help create lots of memories, fill life with laughter and fun. Of course, there also are ups and downs.
Missouri farmers can be assured Mr. Fordyce will understand their needs and concerns. This is because he is one of them.
Missourians are not able to take full advantage of nurse practitioners because the state has more limitations than most others. It is ranked as the 44th most restrictive state for nurse practitioners.
Let’s commit ourselves to not just feeling bad about those less fortunate than us but doing something tangible for them.
Make no mistake, lawmakers will need a regular Fred Astaire to choreograph agreement on matters as complicated as expanding Medicaid and fixing the school transfer mess that is about to bankrupt several St. Louis-area districts.
SNAP is a critical program that deserves full funding and bipartisan support. Statistics say why: One out of seven American households "struggle to put enough food on the table," according to Bread For the World, a major anti-hunger organization.
Treat driving as a primary activity, free from the distractions.
Taxes on income from capital and inheritance taxes are the only meaningful constraints on wealth accumulation by the super-rich. But these taxes have decreased in recent decades.
MU and Columbia College search committees vetting candidates for new leaders were sworn to secrecy. Both cited the need to keep candidates confidential. But Columbia College chose to make its finalists public. In doing so, it gave everyone involved a voice.
Because of Edward Snowden, Americans know today that Big Brother is, in fact, watching.
Drivers are still critical and expressed concerns about difficulty after the U-turn, insufficient U-turn radius to accommodate large vehicles, general driver uncertainty and improper use of acceleration and deceleration lanes.
Even though Congress hasn't addressed fossil fuels or climate change, citizens can still take action — with their investments. Consider selling stock in the 200 fossil-fuel companies and re-invest in clean energy companies.
The New Year is something akin to the line one draws on the score card after a particularly bad bowling frame or tee-to-green. It is meant to separate the bad from the good, to have a new beginning, to hit the reset button.
The Department of Transportation should give the responsibility to each airline on how they restrict cellphone usage.
The president won't attend the games. The first lady won't go. No ex-president has been asked to represent us. Neither will Vice President Joe Biden, who headed the U.S. delegation at the Winter Games in Vancouver four years ago. In fact, the president is not sending any senior government officials.
It's not grain prices or ethanol that drive food prices, but an array of other factors, chief of which are the price of fuel and cost of transportation.
Of 26,000 assaults last year, only 3,400 were reported, according to the Pentagon.
During last year’s holiday counting period, Missouri recorded 1,615 traffic crashes, including 12 fatalities and 517 injury accidents.